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Erik “Skitch” Matson

Wesley Foundation Executive Director

Skitch is a native Californian with interests in young adult ministry, the connections between spirituality and art, hole-in-the-wall coffee shops, and the great outdoors. He loves meeting with students from all walks of life, especially over a cup of coffee or tea. If you would like to get involved with the Wesley Foundation, are looking for pastoral care, or have questions about Christianity, you can connect with him below.

Contact Skitch Matson

ematson@princeton.edu

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Paige Allen

Wesley Foundation Intern

A junior at Princeton University, Paige hails from Pennsylvania and studies English, Creative Writing, and Theater. She loves jamming out to showtunes, eating desserts, reading good books, and smashing the patriarchy. If you’d like to talk about the Wesley Foundation, womxn and LGBTQIA+ people in faith, or navigating the complexities of life at Princeton, you can reach out to her below.

Contact Paige Allen

peallen@princeton.edu

 

Friends of the Wesley Foundation

There are many people connected to, influencing, and supporting the Wesley Foundation at Princeton University, but these are a few of our closest friends. Their work inspires us to see the world with new eyes and work for the things we believe in. We often partner with them through service and dialogue.

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The farminary

The Farminary Project at Princeton Theological Seminary is a 21-acre small scale farm located three miles from downtown Princeton. Their work inspires us to reconnect to the land, the rhythm of seasons, and the interdependence of life and death. 

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the feed truck

Seen throughout the Princeton area, the Feed Truck is a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused at engaging young adults in volunteer opportunities and spiritual engagement. They serve a mean lineup of breakfast sandwiches, and are based out of Kingston United Methodist Church.